Get ready to skid into the weekend, because dangz this week is full. We will do our best to hit these up, but I’m not sure there is enough coffee in the world to get us through. As always, though, these are Live Music Lou approved events… see you out or check social media for photos!
Sunday (10/16) –
The last time we saw Matt The Electrician, it was a tiny Headliners crowd, but the talented Austin electrician (yep, no joke) turned musician still gave us quite the show.
Tuesday (10/18) –
Astronautalis does hip hop Jacksonville/Minneapolis style. His new album, Cut the Body Loose, made the Heatseekers Chart.
We don’t know a whole lot about these Italian group, but there is a deal on some pretty inexpensive tickets to the Palace. It is hard to not take advantage of that!
Another Philly band is coming to town. They have that certain revivalist, independent sound which is refreshing AF.
Wednesday (10/19) –
This Philly band is relatively new but making waves partially for their their volatile sound and band line up. Though they have a new album, A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings, their lineup has changed dramatically since it’s September release.
GroupOn deals mean we’re rolling with a DEEP crew Wednesday.
Thursday (10/20) –
Both of these events are taking place simultaneously at Copper & Kings. Though very much contradictory in purpose, if you’re heading to Butchertown, you’ll have to kill two birds with one stone and check both out!
The remnants of Bob Marley’s revolutionary band will be at Diamond’s concert hall.
We recognize this as the intro to the hilaaaarious HBO show Silicon Valley.
We saw Allen Stone open for OAR last year and were impressed by the soulful man. This show looks to be a little more low key and simple, and sure to lift you up.
Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes has been rocking this new gig for about five years now, and people love it. The Brotherhood has been through a couple of transitions but each time comes out on top, this time with a new album, Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel.
This is very collage nostalgia for me, so it makes sense for Louisville’s Homecoming celebration.
Friday (10/21) –
Lazy Sunday is back together for the first time in a year! We predict this Haymarket show will be pretty packed for that reason alone.
Philadelphia rockers take over Headliners for a rowdy Friday night show.
Crazy talented human alert.
Saturday (10/22) –
Small town Kentucky (Monkey’s Eyebrow is in fact a town in this great state) meets Nashville maturity and reality.
Our buddy Billy Nelson has a Zanzabar show that you should check out if you haven’t seen Billy and crew live! They recently heard they’re getting play in France, which is p cool. Let’s support em Louisville!
These two have been making Louis’s move a lot recently. LOVE IT.
Go check out the Liberty Build! BRENDA will be there!